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Lissa Explains

By Murray Bourne, 04 Dec 2004

Further to my JIT Learning post about forums on the Web...

I came across "Lissa Explains" - started by an 11 year-old who hid her Website from her friends because she didn't want to be seen as a geek. Now, at 17, she gets 'several million' page views a month - must be getting pretty good ad revenue as well.

[Probably genuine - she did appear in the Washington Post & Malaysian Star... :-]

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